The international jurisdiction of the Iraqi courts
On the onset, it is important to understand that jurisdiction is defined by local legislation to be “the set of rules that determine the competence of a state’s jurisdiction to look into cases inclusive to an international element. When it comes to setting the rules and principles of jurisdiction, each country holds the absolute discretion in determining the cases over which its courts shall have jurisdiction when it comes to both national conflicts and conflicts concerning international parties.
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